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Aug 21, 2015 PDGazette
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Ever Young , by Alice Gerstenberg Excluded Middle , by Edgar Lee Masters The Anniversary , by Anton Chekhov The Cremona Violin , by Amy Lowell
Topics: drama, poetry, Chekhov, Lowell
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Aug 18, 2015 PDGazette
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Random, pre-1923 works of natural science with a few lines of related verse. Source: Project Gutenberg. STAR-FISHES, by Elizabeth & Alexander Agassiz THE LIPARI ISLANDS, STROMBOLI., by Edward Hull THE TIME OF ROSES, by Thomas Hood ROSES, by Nicholas Culpeper THE CRAB SPIDER, by David & Marian Fairchild BIRD LIFE IN WINTER, by W. H. Hudson PALIMPSEST OF TWILIGHT, by D. H. Lawrence THE DISCOVERY OF NEPTUNE, by Herbert H.Turner PUSSY’S PATIENCE AND CLEANLINESS, by W. Gordon Stables THE...
Topics: Nature, science, astronomy, biology, insects, botany, exploration
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Aug 15, 2015 PDGazette
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Literature and poetry related to international travel. VENICE, by S. Foster Damon WEST BROADWAY, by Christopher Morley TIMBUCTOO, by Guy de Maupassant IN THE WILDERNESS, by Morris Rosenfeld RIO DE JANEIRO, by Annie Allnut Brassey IN THE ORBIT OF SATURN, By R. F. Starzl THE ISLAND, by Maurice Baring THE CLIFF TEMPLE, by Hilda Doolittle LAKE KIVU, by Ewart S. Grogan and Arthur H. Sharp IN A COFFEE-SHOP, by H. M. Tomlinson FLICKERBRIDGE, by Henry James AT BAY ST. LOUIS, by Alice Ruth Moore
Topics: Maupassant, Baring, Doolittle, Tomlinson, Moore
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Jun 30, 2015 PDGazette
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A selection of poetry with a definite theme running through it...
Topics: Walt Whitman, H.D., Sappho, Vita Sackville-West, Rupert Brooke, Lord Byron
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Jun 20, 2015 PDGazette
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Bluebirds, American scenery and patriotism, science fiction, an account of Africa in the mid-19th Century, romantic poetry of Richard Le Gallienne and D.H. Lawrence, and a little tribute to a late funny-man named Phil.
Topics: Americana, nature, science fiction, humor, romance
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Jun 14, 2015 PDGazette
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A modest list of 700 key films covering the 1930's through the 90's.  Something for everyone, from commercial hits to art-house classics.  If you're new to movie collection or just want suggestions for downloads, this should help you out.  List is in spreadsheet format, sorted by film title and also by the film's lead stars.  Each entry has a one-line description.  Ratings aren't available, but the description should give you a clue as to whether these are family-friendly or not; 90 % of...
Topics: movies, comedy, drama, sci-fi, adventure, romance, kids, guide
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Jun 6, 2015 PDGazette
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A collection of international short stories, some with summer themes. Source is Project Gutenberg.
Topics: Short stories, Edith Wharton, Algernon Blackwood
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Apr 12, 2015 PDGazette
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Non-fiction works found on Project Gutenberg. Also, as a bonus, a collection of random verse; one of kid-friendly works, and a quartet of short plays. Same source. Companion piece to International Lit April 2015 elsewhere on this cool site.
Topics: gardening, theater, children's literature, poetry, theater, social issues
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Apr 12, 2015 PDGazette
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A collection of international public domain literature -- short stories and poetry -- from etexts found on Project Gutenberg.
Topics: International, literature, humor, romance, science fiction, melodrama
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Mar 29, 2014 PDGazette
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Assortment is fifteen readings from a variety of public domain source material -- from the ancient poet Horace to a 1962 sci-fi magazine.  There is a very short play by Zora Neale Hurston; non-fiction works by Eugene Debs, Heywood Broun, Konrad Bercovici, Mahatma Ghandi, Lafcadio Hearn, and Edward Aveling; poetry from Amy Lowell, H.D., and Walt Whitman; a short story by Gertrude Atherton, and Chapter 1 of Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn.  Themes include two views of Spanish American culture,...
Topics: Literature, non-fiction, satire, faith, poetry, drama
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Dec 14, 2013 PDGazette
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An assortment of holiday literature collected from the archives of Project Gutenberg.
Topics: Christmas, literature, poetry, Saki, Alice Ruth Moore, New Orleans, London, Boston, Robert Frost
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Nov 9, 2013 PDGazette
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Public domain science fiction illustrated with arbitrary scenes from the PD Cabinet of Dr Caligari, also available in Internet Archive's silent movie section. Dedicated to Tampa-based graphic artist, Kevin Mitchell. A Bottle of Old Wine, by Richard O. Lewis Confidence Game, by James McKimmey G-r-r-r...!, by Roger Arcot Dogfight--1973, by Dallas McCord Reynolds Unthinkable, by Roger Phillips The Troubadour, by Robert Augustine Ward Backlash, by Winston Marks The Calm Man, by Frank Belknap Long
Topics: science fiction, 50's, public domain
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Nov 3, 2013 PDGazette
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The Last Gentleman by Rory Magill - pg 2 Jeeves in the Springtime, by P.G. Wodehouse - 14 A Kinsman of Red Cloud, by Owen Wister - 40 Extra Men, by Harrison Rhodes - 63 Criminal Negligence, by Jesse F McComas - 74 The Master of Mystery, by Jack London - 104 No Charge for Attendance, by Ambrose Bierce - 120 The Altar of the Dead, by Henry James - 124 The Field of Phillipi, by E. W. Hornung - 163 Aborigines, by Anton Chekhov - 187 Long Odds, by H. Rider Haggard - 196 The Elixir of Youth, by...
Topics: Henry James, Anton Chekhov, Arnold Bennett, P.G. Wodehouse, Owen Wister
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Nov 3, 2013 PDGazette
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A collection of public domain short stories by women up to 1962. The Putnam Tradition, by Sonia Dorman â pg 1 The White Pagoda, by Anne Sedgwick â 11 For the Love of the Hills, by Susan Glaspell -- 51 The String Quartet, by Virginia Woolf -- 64 Tuckered Out. by Sarah W. Brooks -- 70 The Garden Lodge, by Willa Cather -- 79 The Fisherman of Pass Christian, by Alice Dunbar -- 93 Back Pay, by Fannie Hurst -- 107 Elizabeth Eliza Writes A Paper, by Lucretia Hale -- 156 The Tree of Knowledge, by...
Topics: Fannie Hurst, Sonia Dorman, Susan Glaspell, Virginia Woolf, Edith Wharton, Alice Dunbar, Willa...
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Nov 3, 2013 PDGazette
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Volumes I & II of collected stories in the public domain written by men and women.
Topics: literature, public domain, women, men, humor, sf, adventure, romance
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Sep 21, 2013 PDGazette
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A collection of international tales, some scary, some not for October reading. All contents from Project Gutenberg's vast online library of public domain works. The Cone, by H. G. Wells â pg 2 Francis Woolcott's Night Riders by Charles Skinner - 18 The Wind in the Rose-Bush, by Mary W. Freeman - 19 Under the Dome, by Waldo Frank - 46 A Small Beginning, by Susan Coolidge - 63 The Catskill Witch, by Charles Skinner - 73 Adventure of the Noble Bachelor, by Sir Arthur C. Doyle - 75 The Smiler, by...
Topics: Short stories, folklore, horror, humor, adventure, H.G.Wells, Susan Coolidge, Mary Wilkins Freeman,...
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Sep 21, 2013 PDGazette
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If you're a fellow fan of the BBCAmerica series Copper, you might enjoy reading what they were reading back in 1864-5 as the war was winding down in America. I compiled these from works found on Project Gutenberg.
Topics: Lewis Carroll, Charles Dickens, Civil War, non-fiction, literature
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Sep 14, 2013 PDGazette
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Short stories in all genres from various countries. SMALL WORLD, by William F. Nolan pg 2 AN ANDALUSIAN DUEL, by Serafin E. Calderon 11 HYGEIA AT THE SOLITO by O. Henry 15 A BOOB SPELLED BACKWARD, by Fannie Hurst 28 THE CALL OF THE RACE, by Elizabeth Cooper 64 MELMOTH RECONCILED, by Honore De Balzac 75 RAMA AND LUXMAN, by M. Frere 118 DE AMICITIA, by W. Somerset Maugham 126 THE PIGTAIL OF HI WING HO, by Sax Rohmer 143 THE BLUE HOTEL, by Stephen Crane 162
Topics: Public Domain, Literature, short stories, international, Serafin Calderon, W. Somerset Maugham,...
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Sep 8, 2013 PDGazette
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A collection of public domain short works in both English and French, formatted for e-readers. AMÃRIQUE. by Robert Arnault pg 2 FRENCH CUISINE, by Sulpice Barué 3 SCENE BEHIND THE CARRIAGE.. by Verlaine 6 à LA MUSIQUE by Arthur Rimbaud 7 ELEVATION, by Charles Baudelaire 9 Illusionary Love, by Charles Baudelaire 10 AMOUR - TROIS PAGES by Guy de Maupassant 11 ABANDONED, by Guy De Maupassant 17 Le Loup et le Chien, by Jean de La Fontaine 27 THE BLUE BIRD, by Edmund Dulac 29 LES TROIS FRÃRES....
Topics: bilingual, literature, poetry, George Sand, Paul Verlaine, Guy de Maupassant, French, English
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Sep 2, 2013 PDGazette
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An alphabet of literature from A to Z, mostly short stories with a few poems. THE ADMIRAL by O. Henry THE BEST SAUCE by P. G. Wodehouse CHEERFUL -- BY REQUEST by Edna Ferber A DARK HORSE by Will Lillibridge ERIC HERMANNSON'S SOUL by Willa Cather THE FOUR FISTS by F. Scott Fitzgerald THE GREAT HUNT by Carl Sandburg THE HOUR AND THE GHOST by Christina Rossetti I WANT TO KNOW WHY, by Sherwood Anderson JOHN HENRY IN A STREET CAR by Hugh McHugh KAZUMA'S REVENGE by Algernon Bertram THE LULL by Saki...
Topics: Freeman, Poe, Fitzgerald, Carryl, Wodehouse, O. Henry, Ferber, Cather, Fitzgerald, Sandburg,...
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Aug 17, 2013 PDGazette
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Public domain non-fiction works for your handheld device of choice. An Instant of Quick Wit by Kathleen Burke The Women of Athens by William S. Davis The Fortress of Uiticos by Hiram Bingham Of Husbands Who Are Unfaithful by Marguerite D'Angouleme The Carpathia's Return to New York by Lawrence Beesley In The Twilight of the Gods by Lafcadio Hearn et al
Topics: Lafcadio Hearn, Lawrence Beesley, Margurerite D'Angouleme, Hiram Bingham
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Aug 11, 2013 PDGazette
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A collection of public domain short works aimed at school-age girls: Momotaro, or The Story of the Son of a Peach, by Yei Theodora Ozaki â¦. Page 2 Weedah The Mocking Bird, by K. Langloh Parker â¦.. Page 14 Billabong, by Mary Grant Bruce â¦. Page 17 The Boys With the Golden Stars, by Rumanische Marchen â¦.Page 24 Sandwiches, by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer â¦..Page 32 Quiet Games, by Jessie H. Bancroft â¦..Page 34 Rain In Summer, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow â¦.Page 36 What Becomes...
Topics: Short stories, non-fiction, Ruthe Wheeler, Mary Wilkins Freeman, Phyllis Wheatley, Yei Theodora...
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Aug 8, 2013 PDGazette
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Companion piece to Actresses, 2nd in series, more to come... This is not a comprehensive list of all actors, merely a selection of the best going by consensus, awards, nominations, etc.
Topics: Actors, Hollywood, indie, Golden Era, classics, movie stars, men, films, cinema
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Aug 1, 2013 PDGazette
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In honor of Mick Jagger's recent 70th birthday, a collection of largely-unrelated poetry, Shakespeare to Frost. Formatted for e-readers. All sources on final pages.
Topics: Shakespeare, Lord Byron, Robert Frost, Edna St. Vincent Millay, James Weldon Johnson, Percy Bysshe...
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Jul 30, 2013 PDGazette
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Various non-fiction articles up to the early 1940's. Includes sources. Practical Soup-Making, by Theodore Child The Origins of Masks in Italian Comedy, by Carlo Goldoni Window Glass in the Making, by William L Monro Memorandums of a Month's Tour in Sicily, by Anonymous The Fashions of September, by Anonymous The Next Vacation, by Alice Wellington Rollins The Death of Tragedy, by Kenneth Burke Gallipoli's Shambles, by Compton Mackenzie, et al The Piano in the United States, by James Parton Maple...
Topics: non-fiction, Florida, theater, glass, Sicily, fashion, travel, WWI, Gandhi, pianos
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Jul 25, 2013 PDGazette
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A collection of short stories for... summer reading. All from the public domain with sources noted. The titles are: A Town Sketch, by Joseph Seamon Cotter Both Cheeks, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman The Cut-Glass Bowl, by F. Scott Fitzgerald Yah! Yah! Yah!, by Jack London Cully, by Jack Egan The Bookkeeper's Wife, by Willa Cather The Romance of an Ugly Policeman, by P. G. Wodehouse The Lubbeny Kiss, by Louise Rice Especially Men, by George Randolph Chester The Devotee, by Rabindranath Tagore A...
Topics: short stories, summer, public domain, Wilkins Freeman, Fitzgerald, London, Wodehouse, Tagore
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Jul 21, 2013 PDGazette
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An overview of actresses in film between 1918 & 2013. Also includes noted television works. Each gets a short bio and a list of their most memorable work, the best ones to buy or download in bold letters.
Topics: film, actress, entertainer, television, Hollywood, indie, character
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Jul 4, 2013 PDGazette
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A collection of American non-fiction from The Declaration of Independence of 1776 to a declaration of independence by suffragettes in 1916, and various points in between. All contents from public domain sources, with bibliography.
Topics: Independence Day, 1776, 2013, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Abraham Lincoln, Henry David Thoreau,...
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Jun 2, 2013 PDGazette
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Receipts, or as we know them today as recipes, from a few old-school cookbooks. From the poorest house to the most elegant, this is what folks were eating a hundred or more years ago.
Topics: food, receipts, recipes, public domain, history
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Dec 23, 2012 PDGazette
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Twenty short stories from around the world for children. All contents from Project Gutenberg. Spammers, please don't use this book to link to sites selling drugs and other unrelated items. Please do not use this to exploit the tragedy in Newtown,CT.
Topics: fairytales, children's literature, Andrew Lang, Brothers Grimm, Booth Tarkington, Hans Christian...
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Nov 4, 2012 PDGazette
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Philip José Farmer's 1954 story, "They Twinkled Like Jewels", from the Project Gutenberg ebook. Feels like a combination of Burroughs' Naked Lunch and some of Chip Delany's early work, which this probably inspired.
Topics: sf, surrealism, schizophrenia, audiobook, Philip José Farmer, horror, pd
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Oct 28, 2012 PDGazette
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Halloween horrors don't have to be made up tales of vaampires and zombies, sometimes they happen in real life. Fears of such things as brain surgery, killer whales, and theater fires have been around since before the 19th century, when these three works were written and found on Project Gutenberg. So turn out the lights, except for that glowing pumpkin in the window, and have a listen to True Horrors...
Topics: brain surgery, theater fire, killer whales, Joseph Bell, Louis Becke, horror, reality, 19th...
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Oct 15, 2012 PDGazette
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A collection of 22 articles, stories, poems, and speeches by or about African-Americans from the 18th - early 20th Century. All sources are from Project Gutenberg, with etext numbers included.
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Topics: black history, African-Americans, racism, emancipation, slavery, success, humor, love, history,...
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Sep 9, 2012 PDGazette
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Twenty-one short sf stories found on Project Gutenberg and frequently recorded by my fellow volunteers and myself at LibriVox. Yes, this includes that one by Vonnegut. Also Lyn Venable, Jesse F. Bone, Thomss Disch, Jack Egan, Sonya Dorman, and various other favs.
Topics: sf, science fiction, Disch, Venable, Vonnegut, Egan, Dorman, Bone, public domain, short stories
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Aug 5, 2012 PDGazette
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Short clip of a walk through a Florida garden.
Topics: Florida, nature, ferns, azalea, wedelia, garden
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Jul 30, 2012 PDGazette
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Portrait of a British schmuck, by popular early 20th Century author Bennett, who was a master satirist and general observer of English suburban life. This is from a public domain collection of Five Towns tales found on Project Gutenberg.
Topics: Arnold Bennett, British literature, satire, family, audio book
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Jul 15, 2012 PDGazette
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Thie is just an experiment in file editing using computer voices for the male and female parts. This is from Cleopatra's first meeting with Julius Caesar in George Bernard Shaw's play, which is in the public domain. From a text found on Project Gutenberg.
Topics: Shaw, Cleopatra, Caesar, editing, play, computer voice
Audio Books & Poetry
Jun 24, 2012 PDGazette
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Audio quality of an article I recorded for LibriVox not suitable for the project but thought I'd share it anyway, along with a selection of the poet's works: Chapter 2, Sappho from Women of History Author: William Mure (attributed); edited by Anonymous Source: Project Gutenberg Poems 35-41 from Sappho: One Hundred Lyrics Edited by Bliss Carman Source: Project Gutenberg EBook #12389
Topics: Sappho, poetry, Lesbian, Bliss Carman, William Mure
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Jun 17, 2012 PDGazette
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Collection of profiles of American heroes from a public domain series of books found on Project Gutenberg, Great Men and Famous Women, published in 1894.
Topics: Americana, U.S. Presidents, literature, biography, history, American statesmen
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May 7, 2012 PDGazette
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The final chapters of Edith Wharton's minor romance classic, "Summer", the first part found here: http://archive.org/details/EdithWharton_Summer_1-10 Recording by PDGazette from a public domain text.
Topics: Edith Wharton, Summer, romance, love-child, Gilded Age, redemption, audio-book
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Apr 15, 2012 PDGazette
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Chapters 1-10 of Edith Wharton's "Summer", a 1917 romance novel set in a New England town of the early 20th Century. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summer_(novel) has the details. Remainder of this recording is here: http://archive.org/details/EdithWharton_Summer_11-18
Topics: audio book, Edith Wharton, New England, Summer, romance, poverty, wealth, affair, lust, pregnancy,...
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Apr 8, 2012 PDGazette
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A collection of short stories from the public domain, via e-boooks on Project Gutenberg.
Topics: Susan Coolidge, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Alice Dunbar, Arnold Bennett, Rory MaGill, literature,...
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Mar 17, 2012 PDGazette
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Irish lit ain't for sissies. Although this audio-book collection of public domain literature -- by James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Eugene O'Neill, and Jeremiah Curtin -- is published on St Pat's Day 2012, you'll find nought about whimsical leprechauns and lucky clover here. A multitude of sins and unhappiness -- drunkeness, greed, repressed sexuality, and other yearning, not to mention the brutality Annie Keeney bemoans in O'Neill's play -- aye. But not to worry; the load is leavened with the lovely...
Topics: audiobook, Irish Literature, Yeats, Wilde, Joyce, Allingham, O'Neill, Curtin, Bronte, poetry,...
Old Time Radio
Feb 26, 2012 PDGazette
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This is a collection of most of the Academy Award-winning films adapted to radio by Lux Theater between 1935 and 1955 when it sadly ceased production in America. The focus here is on awards given for best film, director, lead or supporting actor, or screenplay. Source of these files is Archive's Old-Time Radio section. Also included are other old-time radio production sources of future award winners -- NBC University Theater (Howards End, The Grapes of Wrath, et al), and appropriately, Academy...
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Topics: OTR, Academy Award, Lux Theater, NBC University Theater, Cary Grant, Claudette Colbert, Bette...
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Feb 11, 2012 PDGazette
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664 books added to the Project Gutenberg catalog since 2010, most of them done by Distributed Proofreaders. This file is in Open-Source spreadsheet (by way of Open Office) format with clickable links to each book listed. Half of the works are fiction, half non-fiction. Categories include Arts & Crafts, History, Adventure, Mystery, Kids, Cooking, Nature & Science, Religion & Philosophy, Short Stories, Memoirs & Essays, Romance & Relationships, Poetry & Plays, et al
Topics: Literature, non-fiction, e-books, History, Romance, Kids, short stories, travel, cooking
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Feb 6, 2012 PDGazette
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These are the first 10 chapters (including the short preface) of Lafcadio Hearn's non-fiction travelogue "Two Years in The French West Indies", Part I (1889), from Project Gutenberg E-book #6381. It is a vivid account of a trip into a world that hasn't changed much (in some places) in over a century. Some of his descriptions of the natives are of the time of course -- rather odd for a white guy who married and had a son with a Japanese lady to be making rather racist observations --...
Topics: Caribbean, travel, Lafcadio Hearn, West Indies, 19th Century, non-fiction, public domain,...
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Dec 16, 2011 PDGazette
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An assortment of articles from The Project Gutenberg EBook of Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 6, by Various all beginning with the letters 'Gu'. The accompanying PDF has all the articles, plus illustrations from related articles on Wikipedia.
Topics: History, audio book, Guatemala, literature, reference, Guenevere, Madame Guyon, guava, Gunpowder...
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Nov 13, 2011 PDGazette
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Patty in Paris by Carolyn Wells (June 18, 1862âMarch 26, 1942) Author of "Patty Fairfield," "Patty's Summer Days," etc. first published September, 1907 http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/5731 I Plans For Patty . . II The Decision . . . III Souvenirs . IV An Aquatic Party . .
Topics: Carolyn Wells, teenagers, girls, Paris, Early 20th Century, series, adventure, flirting,...
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Oct 25, 2011 PDGazette
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Who says vampires only come from Transylvania? In this translation from an anonymous Chinese text circa 1913, one George Soulie' enhances the legend.
Topics: vampire, Chinese, legend, creepy
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Oct 14, 2011 PDGazette
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Nyarlathotep, by H. P. Lovecraft I swear this sounds like a modern, highly-camp critical review of a film or stage play -- I'm sure that's how this tale began... (source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/30637 ) Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922 by H. P. Lovecraft
Topics: Egyptian, horror, Lovecraft, black humor, creepy, drama
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Oct 9, 2011 PDGazette
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Classic ghost story by Ambrose Bierce from the 1860's. Two men make a creepy encounter with spectres in The Spook House...
Topics: Ambrose Bierce, ghosts, spook house
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Oct 2, 2011 PDGazette
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First in a series of Archive-only short ghost, horror, and sf stories, this little chiller is from J. Sheridan Le Fanu -- "Dickon The Devil".
Topics: ghosts, Halloween, Le Fanu, weird tales
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Sep 25, 2011 PDGazette
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In this issue, a selection of links to interesting audio and visual found randomly on Archive.org. Music ,film, journalism, and literature.
Topics: Music, film, journalism, literature, Burroughs, avant-garde, Grateful Dead, Hitchcock, Bram Stoker,...
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Sep 12, 2011 PDGazette
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This is a modest guide to the best public domain films available on Archive.org . The focus is on adventures, thrillers, comedies, and romantic dramas - - there is little science fiction here.
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Topics: movies, public domain, Lombard, Hitchcock, Sherlock, Keaton, film noir, comedy, drama, adventure
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Aug 14, 2011 PDGazette
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PD Gazette, Vol 5 Readings from the Project Gutenberg EBooks of.... Beyond Lies the Wub, by Philip Kindred Dick Release Date: April 11, 2009 [EBook #28554] How Night Came, from Fairy Tales from Brazil -- How and Why Tales from Brazilian Folk-Lore Author: Elsie Spicer Eells Release Date: February 28, 2008 [eBook #24714] Li-Wan, the Fair, from Children of the Frost Author: Jack London Release Date: January 17, 2004 [eBook #10736] Nancy, from Nets to Catch the Wind Author: Elinor Wylie Release...
Topics: audio book, audiobook, adventure, non-fiction, prairie, water, Jack London, Philip K Dick, Elsie...
Audio Books & Poetry
Jul 9, 2011 PDGazette
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A collection of public domain works recorded by a member of LibriVox. Source is mostly Project Gutenberg texts and one book on Google PD texts. In this issue a profile of Dorothy Parker from 1920 or thereabouts, and chapter 3 of Allan Chaffee's Unexplored!, plus an early short story by Philip Dick.
Topics: audio book, audiobook, adventure, biography, humor, art, science fiction, poetry, Dorothy Parker,...
Podcasts
May 31, 2011 PDGazette
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Audiobook podcast of public domain texts found on Project Gutenberg. Readings of works by Allen Chaffee, Mark Twain, Edna St Vincent Millay, and others. Subjects include adventure, science fiction, and fishing, among other things! All podcasts geared to fit downloading to a single CD-R.
Topics: audiobook, podcast, public domain, adventure, science fiction, fishing, poetry, folk tale, humor,...
Podcasts
May 22, 2011 PDGazette
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Audiobook podcast of public domain texts found on Project Gutenberg. Readings by BellonaTimes of LibriVox. Works by Sara Teasdale, Walt Whitman, Alice Dunbar, Allen Chaffee, Heywood Broun, K. Langloh Parker, Mary A. Poole, and Charles Skinner.
Topics: audiobook, podcast, literature, public domain, e-text, audio book, publicdomain, Native American,...